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Registered Respiratory Therapist

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Respiratory Care Practitioner

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Respiratory Therapy Manager
Full-time / Exempt Position - Overall responsibility, operations and direction for the Cardiopulmonary Department and staff.  Knowledgeable and able to perform all functions as outlined in job descriptions.  Able to perform all duties in Cardio Pulmonary, Respiratory Therapy, EKG. Knowledgeable in all aspects of equipment maintenance and upgrade.  Perform patient assessment and intervention in accordance with level of training.  Competent to provide care to patients in the following categories:  newborn, infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults and geriatrics. Additionally functions as a Respiratory Therapist.  To apply complete an application at our website:  http://www.ccmhia.com/career-opportunities/
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Pre-Employment Drug Screen, Health Screen and Background Check are Required.

 

Respiratory Therapist

AerocareUSA is hiring a full time Respiratory Therapist in the Fairfield, Iowa store to work with patient's respiratory needs. Candidates MUST be proficient with computers and be able to use Windows based applications including Excel. Will be responsible to set up oxygen, CPAP and BiPAP (No ventilators). Candidate will work Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00 and occasional on call rotation. Respiratory Therapist will also work with walk in patients or other medical equipment items. Benefits include PTO, 401K, Health Insurance, Dental and Vision.

Candidates can send their resume and salary requirements to brookhart.william@aerocareusa.com

Bill Brookhart, Regional Manager

Jackson Medical Supply/AeroCare Holdings

515-462-4172 office/515-208-0864 Cell
 

Iowa Volunteer Disaster Medical Assistance Team
Iowa DMAT is currently recruiting Respiratory Care Practitioners due to several openings on the team. Not only do RTs provide routine respiratory therapy, they are often drawn upon to perform logistical and administrative functions and are an integral part of the disaster response team.

DMAT RTs were deployed to the Cedar Rapids flood event in 2008. Iowa DMAT RTs have also been drawn upon to deploy to Florida and Louisiana hurricanes as part of state mutual aid medical teams.

DMAT members are asked to virtually attend one meeting per quarter and in person one meeting per year. Meetings are held in all regions of the state. Members are required to register on the Iowa emergency volunteer database:  i-Serv prior to team employment. Members must complete basic trainings listed below, most of which is available online.

  • IA-DMAT provides support to overwhelmed local public health and health care entities during a public health emergency.
  • IA-DMAT is modeled after the National Disaster Medical System’s federal Disaster Medical Assistance Teams.
  • IDPH trains, equips, manages, and maintains the IA-DMAT

IA-DMAT Capabilities

  • IA-DMAT is comprised of physicians, advanced care practitioners, registered nurses, pharmacists and techs, respiratory therapists, paramedic specialists, and support staff.

  • IA-DMAT provides an on-call team to respond statewide to a public health emergency.

  • IA-DMAT provides medical care to disaster victims, staffs medical and special needs shelters, and can provide other public health services.

  • The IA-DMAT goal is to deploy the team and necessary supplies within four-to-six hours of notification and provide services for the first 24 to 96 hours or until federal or other resources are on scene. 

Volunteer Requirements

Volunteers are required to maintain current certification or licensure, and maintain the ability to practice in Iowa.

  • Volunteers should be willing and able to deploy anywhere in the state

  • IA-DMAT requires training related to its unique activities. Additional trainings may be required for specific DMAT positions.

  • IA-DMAT requires the following basic trainings, most of which can be completed online:

    • IS 100: Introduction to the Incident Command System

    • IS 200: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents 

    • IS 700: Introduction to National Incident Management System

    • Hazmat Awareness or Basic Disaster Life Support

  • IDPH coordinates regularly scheduled required team meetings. 

Questions? Call 515-321-9816 or e-mail Clark Christensen: clark.christensen@idph.iowa.gov 

 

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